Juan Raul Garza and his gang made millions of dollars running drugs across "Marijuana Boulevard," the Gateway bridge linking Mexico and Brownsville, Texas. Garza became first felon targeted for death by the federal government in more than 30 years.
Harry Bowman, as international president of the Outlaws Motorcycle Club, ordered kidnappings, firebombings, assaults and murders. He also joined another exclusive club in 1997, the "FBI Ten Most Wanted" list.
Griselda Blanco, "The Godmother," is suspected of scores of murders while transporting cocaine from Colombia to New York, Miami & Southern California. On the run for 10 years, her trial ended in scandal, and she was eventually deported back to Colombia.
A one-time informant for the DEA, "Machine Gun Johnny" thought he could snitch on all his rivals to monopolize the heroin trade on the eastern seaboard. After fleeing to Hong Kong, he was extradited to the U.S., hiring John Gotti's lawyer to defend him.
Luis Felipe founded the New York chapter of the Latin Kings street gang from a prison cell. Felipe's own writings would incriminate him as the orchestrator of murders & crimes against his own members. He now serves a life sentence in solitary confinement.
Anthony Shea was one of the most prolific bank and armored truck robbers. Leading his "no name" gang out of Charlestown, Massachusetts, he is responsible for killing two armored truck guards in Hudson, New Hampshire.
Jemeker Thompson was the top of the cocaine trade at the peak of the 1980's crack epidemic in Los Angeles. On the run for 2 years, she was captured in 1993 at her son's 6th grade graduation. Released from prison in 2005, she's now an evangelical minister.